In memory of

William Chi Wai Ng

March 3, 1939 -  June 16, 2019

William Chi Wai Ng, 80, left suddenly to be with his Lord on Sunday, June 16, 2019.

He leaves behind his wife, Esther; daughter and son-in-law, Nancy and Eugene Huo; son, Andrew; granddaughters, Jacqueline and Natasha; and many loving extended family and friends.

Bill was born on March 3, 1939 in Chungking, Szechuan, China. In 1951 Bill moved to Windsor, Ontario to live with his maternal grandparents. That is where he went to school and worked until moving to Toronto in 1961.

In Toronto he was blessed to meet some Chinese Christian students and he joined the Chinese Presbyterian Church. He also met the Ling family who welcomed him and shared God’s love and fellowship with him. It is through the Lings that he met Esther, who would soon become his wife.

Throughout his life Bill has always worked hard to take care of others. He sent money home starting before high school to support his parents and siblings, supported his children through school, helped care for his grandchildren when they were younger, volunteered for many years at CPC and the CYMCI, and spent countless hours waiting during choir and other rehearsals to then drive his family home.

Bill will be remembered for being friendly and gentle, with a mischievous sense of humour. He loved watching sports of all kinds, going for long drives, taking cruises with extended family (but never leaving the ship), eating seafood, serving in any way he could at church, tending to his plants and watching his grandchildren grow up. He will be missed but we know he is now home with our Heavenly Father and we will see him again one day.

In lieu of flowers please consider making a donation to Toronto Chinese Presbyterian Church or Tyndale University College and Seminary.


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Linda Chan (family friend)

Entered June 17, 2019 from Mississauga

Was saddened to learn of Bill's sudden death. Was in their wedding party almost 50 years ago so have seen their courtship, wedding, birth of children/grandchildren and retirement. It will not be the same at CPC without seeing Bill in the back corner reading while we had choir practice. Uncle Bill "No Good" will be deeply missed by all our family.

Henry, Enid & Jared Ning 

Entered June 17, 2019

Uncle Bill was always a gentle, funny, kindhearted guy. we are very sorry for your loss, Auntie Esther, Nancy, Andrew, Eugene & kids.

with love and sadness,
Henry, Enid & Jared.

Tony Lai and Iris Eom 

Entered June 17, 2019 from Toronto

Iris and I send our deepest condolences on the passing of Uncle Bill. So shocked to hear of it tonight... May he rest in the arms of our gracious God

Amy Pong (Friend)

Entered June 18, 2019 from Ajax

Our deepest condolences to Esther, Nancy , Jonathan and family.
Bill was always very friendly, happy and kind!
Ed and Amy Pong

Eva and Danny Chau and Family (Friend)

Entered June 18, 2019 from Toronto

Dear Esther, Andrew, Nancy, Eugene and family,
Our deepest condolences on the sudden loss of your dear husband, father and grandfather. Bill was a wonderful and fun-filled friend who will be dearly missed. May God provide you all with His peace and comfort at this very sad time.


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